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DO YOU HAVE TO SEE THE COMPANY DOCTOR IN PENNSYLVANIA?

DO YOU HAVE TO SEE THE COMPANY DOCTOR IN PENNSYLVANIA?

HOW EMPLOYERS TRY TO UNDERMINE WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS

HOW EMPLOYERS TRY TO UNDERMINE WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS

New Trial Ordered in Pregnancy Bias Suit

A blog post about a case in which an employee was denied doctor ordered light duty because she was pregnant.

Complaint Alleges ERISA Violation to Avoid ACA Requirements

A blog post about employee benefits requirements for employers providing health insurance.

What If You Get Addicted to Opioids Following an Injury at Work?

There's no doubt that these medications work well for taking away pain, but they also come with some risks.

Connecticut Court Upholds $100K Emotional Distress Award for Fired Therapist

A blog post about a case in which a therapist recovered for negligent infliction of emotional distress after being terminated by the nursing home she worked at.

Maintaining Retirement Plans after a Late-Life Divorce

A blog post about how to maintain your financial retirement plans after a financial blow like divorce.

401K Plan Participants May Sue Former Spouse for Benefits

A blog post about 401K plans and what rights former spouses are entitled to.

Things You Should Know: Employment Law

This article is based upon another attorney's work, but changed to reflect Montana law. The original can be found at https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/employee-rights-overview

The Panama Papers Leak: An Overview

A blog post about the Panama Papers leak and the legal issues surrounding it.

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